Federally Regulated Companies using (Si-Quat) Antimicrobial Protectants
Both an electrostatic disinfectant and an anti-microbial spray are applied on every surface of the aircraft, killing viruses on contact and forming an anti-microbial coating or shield for 30 days.
Adopting hospital-grade standards, we routinely treat all aircraft with an advanced antimicrobial protectant that kills viruses, germs and bacteria on contact for 14 days. Our treatment schedule, along with regular cleaning practices, far exceeds manufacturer guidelines. This product is safe and effective, forming a colorless, odorless protective barrier on all surfaces.
Monthly enhanced deep cleaning of the entire aircraft utilizing an anti-microbial agent that reaches virtually every surface and forms a protective shield that continues to be effective against viruses for 30 days
Every aircraft is disinfected, including hand-cleaning seat buckles, seats, tray tables and other surfaces. Additional measures include electrostatic spraying of every surface of the interior of the aircraft., Beginning this month, American Waymagazine is now printed with a new paper treatment process called Biomaster®, which is an antimicrobial technology prevents the growth of unwanted microbes.
Ontario Airport is following industry-wide protocols to contain the spread of coronavirus, requiring appropriate face covers for all customers, visitors and employees. The airport continues to use enhanced safeguards to keep facilities clean and germ-free, including frequent sanitizing of high-touch surfaces with highly effective disinfectant and security screening trays treated with powerful antimicrobial technology.